In Tunisia, each StoryMaker participant created compelling stories. The results from their efforts cover subjects from soccer matches to Youth and activism.
“I expected to hear the same old story but I was surprised to learn so many new things, it was awesome!” - Jawher Mejri

Tunisia

In Tunisia, multiple training sessions for bloggers, journalists and activists were held. During these sessions participants had the opportunity to bring theory into practice and make stories with the StoryMaker app. Each participant produced at least one story during training, and many have created more ever since. The impressive stories that resulted from their efforts cover subjects from soccer matches to youth and activism.

A special moment was the kick off of the World Social Forum, now an anti-terror march through Tunis to honor the Bardo Museum victims. Although rain fell steadily the whole day, participants still showed up to show their solidarity and scattered through the crowd wearing bright colored Free Press Unlimited shirts. They interviewed activists, delegates and others who traveled all the way to Tunis to be part of the World Social Forum, telling their story.

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